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not be manufacturing the way we are. that is about the only thing made in america still are . the number one thing may be that these are a bunch of stupid young kids remember when issue was to legalize marijuana. it is now legal in california and new jersey. you can now get in 1 ounce a month if you have cancer or aids. the drugs are not all horrible. most of the horrible drugs are manufactured by are pharmaceutical companies and people abuse them. guest: the drug issue is very complicated. it is supply and demand for it is one that neither the europeans or the americans or latin americans have been able to come to grips with are the drugs are having a big effect in latin america. this was not true 20 years ago. we will not resolve this overnight. we need to focus on the issue now that the mexican society is bleeding very badly. united states needs to be concerned about that. secretary of state clinton said this last year. host: a dealer is asking if cuba got an earthquake like haiti, would we be there to rebuild a communist regime? guest: that is an issue of helping out a country that has terrible pr
are against, but what you are for. the brilliance of your contract with america back in 1994 is that you had the presence of mind to lay out for the american people, whether they agreed or disagreed, you laid out an agenda of 10 things that you and your party would do if america gave you the chance to run the house. you were for something, as opposed to simply being against something. where is that in the part of your party right now? >> id is not covered as much because of the nature of the news media and because republicans do not push it hard enough. john boehner's plan was pretty good, they had a pretty good health plan that was modest within the congressional budget office, but to get anything covered like that, you have got to be maniacal in talking about it until all of your friends thk that you are crazy and the average person is just beginning to hear you. republicans do not quite have the discipline and focus to say on these topics the way that they should. another point on which i agree with you entirely, i have an article coming out next month where i outline a new approach to th
. ♪ ♪ >> glenn: hello, america. i'm going to get to all the news of the day, there is plenty of time for the white house to call. call me anytime. just correct anything we say. but they're not going to yet again today. this year, i told you, this show is going to be different. and so why we are going to get to the news, i want to explain the approach of this program for the next few months, 12 months maybe. last year all i tried to do is figure out what the heck is going on. i was up all the time. got two or three hours of sleep on some nights. most nights in fact. because i was reading, trying to figure it out. trying to figure out what are they doing? we figured it out together last year. this year i decided that the only way to move forward and to fix it is just to remember who we are as americans. learn and remember where we came from. more importantly, correct the history that progressives have tried to erase. friday night, we showed you the history of communist revolutionaries. th that's not topped. we got ratings a while ago and it was the number one show on cable news on frid
. if democrats didn't share america's economic urgency in my opinion we would deserve to lose more seats. however, that is not the case. when i look at the members of our caucus, i see the urgency every day. in the debate, in the eyes of our members, in their stories about their constituents every weekend. as they talk to them throughout their communities. as we look -- as we took our oaths a year ago, we knew that things weren't right in america. we saw in the lives of millions of americans out of work. and the families forced to leave their homes and the elderly down in the security of their retirement after lives of hard work. we saw it when small businesses laying off workers in the face of falling sales and rising healthcare costs and we knew things were not right when our middle class were running just to standstill for a decade and we knew something wasn't right in a political culture that thrived too long on easy choices. on the philosophy of deficits don't matter. publicly or personally, entitlements, wars and tax cuts for the privileged all paid for with borrowed cash. to be paid back b
., and the chairman and ceo of bmw north america. "washington journal" take your calls and e-mails live every morning here on c-span. . >> this is 50 minutes. >> good morning everybody. the a pleasure to welcome you here today. this is the first event we are having in our new conference room, and we hope to headache it a good one. i get to say a few words about the bipartisan policy center before we get into the real action. we were founded on the idea that people with significantly different views and who have strong allegiance to different parties could still come together and try to design serious and substantive solution toss address the nation's big challenges. we are not a think tank in the traditional sense. we only study things for a purpose. and when our projects come together, people understand they are going to spend as much time advocate fog a particular solution as constructing it. i think it's fair to say that the project we are launching today will very much test the proposition of bringing people together towards a substantive and detailed solution, and will test our ability to advoca
"time" magazine joe klein. here it is. you're stupid. what? what did i say? >> glenn: hello, america. joe klein from "time" magazine. i love him. he just wants to help us out because we're too dumb. posting from joe klein in "time" caught my eye yesterday. here is really in a mutt nutshell again, you're a dumb, dumb, dummy. normally i'd be to offended. but he knows, not only did joe attend an ivy league school. the university -- is that right? the university of pennsylvania. that is not an ivy league school. that's the trailer trash of ivy league schools. you really think so? i mean, it's like a double wide. you know what i'm saying. but not only did he attend penn, he's also a member of the c.f.r. there goes glenn again, getting in conspiracies. no, no conspiracy here. he's just a member of c.f.r. the council of foreign relations. let me tell you about them. this is an institution that originated from a group of academics and professionals, who participated in the so-called inquiry in paris. they saw to offer advice to the progressive woodrow wilson. amongst the members, walter litm
with you. i want to talk about what you do for america and also what america needs to do for all of you. from day one this has been a mission of mine, along with the vice president's i wife, dr. jill biden, my dear, dear friend and blue star mom herself, who has been a tireless advocate in support of our extraordinary national guard and reserve members and their families, jill and i have been working hard on this. one of the first things that we wanted to do was to first listen and learn. so with many of you we had a series of round table discussions -- roundtable discussions, thank you-all with our military spouses. we met with deborah and sandy and other wives of the joint chiefs to get their advice and guidance on how to develop our initiatives. that was incredibly helpful. we also met with the senior enlisted advisors wives to discuss what's working in the ranks and what also can be improved. these conversations gave jill and i just really critical guidance and insight for what would be our subsequent visits to bases and military communities around the country. and as i think back o
>>> making news in america this morning -- president obama's push to help the middle class. plans to cut taxes and generate jobs,out lined in our exclusive interview. >>> then, how to help the haitians, struggling two weeks after the earthquake. the toughest lesson in crisis management. >>> and severe storms. from serious winds in the east, to whiteout conditions in the midwest, and coastal damage in the west. it's tuesday, january 26th, 2010. >>> good morning. and thanks for being with us. i'm vinita nair. jeremy hubbard is on assignment. president obama is facing his toughest test yet. he delivers his state of the union address tomorrow. and he's expected to shift his political focus to jobs and the economy. viviana hurtado has the details from washington. >> reporter: good morning, vinita. the economy is weak. health care reform legislation is stalled. but in the state of the union address, the president is expected to focus on moving forward. for a nation demanding more be done about jobs, president obama said, his state of the union address will focus on ways to put people ba
"where america stands." and lights, camera, "avatar." does this new way of making movies mean a sequel is simply a click away? captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. we're beginning with breaking news. toyota has just done something no car maker in this country has ever done before: it has just told its dealers to stop selling eight of its models, at least temporarily. the same models it recalled last week to fix a potentially dangerous defect. their gas pedals could get stuck. nancy cordes is in washington tonight. nancy, toyota is also stopping production of these vehicles next week. this is really unprecedented. >> reporter: it is completely unprecedented, katie, and one industry analyst described it to us tonight like the recall of tylenol by johnson & johnson back in 1982. it's affecting four major production plants, as you mentioned, and 2.3 million vehicles at a time when the industry can scarcely afford it. the suspension of sales includes some of toyota's mos
's something i like to see and obviously a lot of my colleagues do, too. and i think a lot of middle america does as well. the whole issue of david plouffe coming aboard, washington and the media are fascinated by the cultive personality. and if president obama had already passed the health care reform and had an approval rating of 90% plouffe would still be brought in to help with the mid-term elections. axelrod is saying okay fly boy. time to come off the book tour and roll up your sleeves and get back into the trenches. he is a good hand but he isn't going to fundamentally change what is going on. he isn't giving different advice than david axelrod or robert gibbs. those guys come from the same place. it's interesting that this washington game, while it doesn't do anything different practically speaking inside the white house for the press and ultimately the public it resets the frame. in other words the press will writ something large into this motion that david plouffe has come into the mix and things are going to change because he is there. but that will actually help the obama adminis
worldwide, 71,000 employed in north america. that translates to about 90 plants worldwide. we also read in the "wall street journal" that ford is to begin hiring at new, lower wages. guest: basically, we have a contract with the uaw. we are building a new vehicle in chicago, new people coming into the company. the idea to be competitive is to build things in the u.s., to build them well, otherwise, it will threaten manufacturing. the big story is we will be building a new vehicle in chicago. host: do you see a lot more jobs coming in the future? guest: right now, we need to protect the jobs that we have. we are working on our plan for the next few years, but it is always about being competitive. that is something we are striving to stay on top of. host: first phone call for susan cischke th. caller: my question has to do with the economics. it seems there is too much focus on the price of gas and not enough on the actual cost of the car. i would like to make a suggestion to all the companies. come off with a single seater commuter car. hopefully, it can be priced around $6,000. if you l
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batteries to make sure that plant is the most productive plant in the united states of america. >> reporter: the money will go toward a new facility that will build electric motors to be used in hybrid and electric cars and trucks. >> this is the first facility here in the entire country to make these electric motors. >> the expanse of this -- expansion of this plant will generate a significant influx of income and jobs in the greater baltimore area. >> reporter: allison says 200 people will be added to their staff. and the announcement ensures current employees job security. >> being a gm employee for as long as i have, this is actually new. and as they indicated, you went from having jobs that were in mexico, well, potentially in mexico, now they're coming to us here in maryland. >> reporter: the plant first went green by manufacturing hybrid transmissions. >> this is a big announcement for maryland. and potentially a big announcement for our country. because this is the next generation of electric ride motors for automobiles. >> reporter: in addition to the 200 jobs created here in in ma
hughes, cbs news, glendale, california. >> couric: america's realtors report sales of used homes plunged nearly 17% in december, that's the biggest one-month drop in more than 40 years. the rush to take advantage of a tax credit for first-time buyers apparently came to an end. now to haiti, where it's been nearly two weeks since the earthquake. the death toll is estimated at 200,000, and the government says 150,000 people have been buried in mass graves. the canadian government, meanwhile, hosted an international conference in montreal today to start planning the country's recovery. the haitian prime minister was there, he said it could take a generation to rebuild port-au-prince. as bill whitaker tells us, they're taking some steps already. >> reporter: to see crowds growing and pushing outside the u.s. embassy in port-au-prince... >> stop pushing! >> reporter: ...you'd think the biggest job for america's military and diplomats is handling the tears and tempers of people desperate to get to u.s. shores. but their biggest concerns? getting this country that's been knocked to its knees ba
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a good show. america needs you. >> america needs you, my friend. >> no, america needs you. >> i already miss the raps. let's welcome our delicious and delightful guest. she is the hottest wench on the courtroom bench. i am here with tamara, rhymes with camera: and he knows trends like i wear depends. jonathon honey, capital pig hedge fund manager and seen every saturday at 11:30 a.m. eastern. i watch it every week. he knows hot stocks like i know pop rocks. i mix it with coke, people. he is thekato to my oj and it is bill shultz. he sleeps on a bed of banana peels. and he knows funny bits like i know crying fits. sitting next to me, the great comedian jim norton. his latest book "i hate your guts" is everywhere. if his talent was algebra, i would have done him twice. and then we have pinch our new york times correspondent. good to see you, pinch. >> congratulations for scoring an exclusive interview with governor schwarzenegger over the weekend. they discuss healthcare. >> that was my shorts -- my schwarzenegger impression, greg. >> all righty. are guys the reason why healthcare is gon
believe that barack obama was born in america? do you believe that the constitution can allow states to separate out from individual deals on the health care plan? they're all sort of hot-button issues designed to find tape that will allow democrats to identify and marginalize republicans as being part of some sort of fringe. >> yeah. i was just going to say, if that's their plan, i would hope the republicans would take that. those are easy questions to answer, i would think, unless you are an extremist. hey, let's go to another issue right now that has to help democrats out with independent voters, mike. i'm sure it is causing a firestorm on the left. there are a lot of conservatives that say it's not really that big of a deal. but it is with independents. barack obama's expected to propose a major spending freeze to rein in the deficit, freezing 19% of the budget to so-called -- ska with me here -- the domestic discretionary spending. talk about that plan and whether he's going to face a revolt from the left. >> well, he can hope so because you're right, the more flak he gets from
. this is a moment for the president to rebond the country instead of pulling back into fortress left wing america to say okay i've gotten the message out of new jersey, virginia, massachusetts, clearly the american people want a more centrist government. and i'm going to listen to the american people. >> greta: a lot of people have said that the scott brown election was a "wakeup call" as they though ignored the tea party protests, taunt hall protests, elections in virginia and new jersey. what took so long, if it is a wake-up call? >> first of all i'm not sure they are awake yet. it may be a wake-up call but i don't see evidence that the white house has changed what it is doing. what is interesting, i think you know, this was teddy kennedy's seat. this was a state massachusetts which obama carried by 31 percentage points. there's a point when you lose a seat like that, that it really jars the whole system that's why, i think even though virginia was very big in governor mcdonnell won by a big margin 59% and cristy was a strategic victory and tough state for republicans, new jersey. this was so b
it is why america is coming under attack from osama bin laden. if use of his statement of the weekend saying again that he is attacking america because it is america that created israel. host: would you cut anything else besides that? caller: no, it is the biggest problem we have right now. host: obama to seek spending freeze to trim deficit, a three- year proposal. pentagon is among those exempt. they going to talk about all the politics in a book of the times" -- they say that the initiative holds risk as well as potential benefit because mr. obama plans to exempt military spending while leaving many popular domestic programs vulnerable. naples, fla., a republican caller. caller: he ought to start at home. his wife has more people working for her than any of the president's wife. the spinning she does i think it's horrible. he does not give it our troops to support. we need those troops. host: "the times" goes on to read that the government spending is out of control, could to been to his loss of support among independent supporters. the concern could put upward pressure on interest rates
america and if you'd like one at your house, we will arrange to have total strangers come to your house and eat all of your doritos. >> and he's a fan of using reconciliation to still jam health care through. are these deals actually happening right now as the president of the united states is making that interview and saying that he made a mistake in not being transparent? are those deals still happening with regard to health care? you have to be on the judge on that depending on how it all plays out. >> he was also -- he went on to talk about now he's going to put himself as the champion of the middle class. he blames the huge deficit on war spending that wasn't paid for, prescription drug plan that he claims it wasn't paid for and the stimulus plan he absolutely needed so here's president obama on the prospect of raising taxes. would he go back on that pledge for those making less than $250,000? >> can you guarantee them still, there will be no taxes on anybody who makes under $250,000 a year? that will still be absolutely true? >> i can guarantee that the worst thing we could do w
. and new help for america's middle class. >> creating good, sustainable jobs, is the single most important thing we can do to rebuild the middle class. >> it's more of the same old nonsense that will do nothing to get our economy moving again. >> shepard: tonight, from paying for child care to covering the cost of college. we'll explain how the president's plan could effect you. >> shepard: first tonight, a dramatic declaration from the president. president obama sat down with abc news just two days before his state of the union address today and talked about his plan to tackle some of the biggest problems that face our nation. even if that comes at a political cost. in the president's words, "i would rather be a really good one-term president than mediocre two-term president." president obama added that he doesn't want to look back on his time at the white house and say all he was interested in was his own popularity. still, the president did offer a proposal today that could potentially win him back some fans, especially in the middle class which president obama says has been under assau
of america's wealth, the king of the back-door bailout and secrets will be testifying tomorrow. and i am certain he will be grilled about those efforts to keep those details secret from the american people. also testifying, former treasury secretary hank paulson who was the man who sat as treasury secretary before tim geithner in that secret meeting of the nine for the t.a.r.p. giving out $10 billion at a clip with three or four paragraphs per page, an interesting day during the day. and that doesn't even begin to get into the state of the union. a big day for the president tomorrow after a divisive year. "hardball" begins right now. >>> something about mary. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. watergate, federal marshals have arrested a group of conservative activists in new orleans for allegedly trying to wiretap the office of mary landrieu. james o'keefe was the same conservative activist who became a right-wing hero for posing as a pimp. he together with three others were taken into custody after being caught trying to bug the offices of senator
uprising happening across america isn't just about republicans. it's about disaffected democrats, independents, republicans, saying wait a minute, the country isn't working anymore. let's get back to balance here. and i think now we're seeing elements in the republican party listen to the people. that's why. >> bill: i know i just interrupted you. >> go ahead. >> bill: will the tea party people become the dominant force of the republican party? >> well, i think they will. and if the republican party is smart, they will embrace the tea party movement. >> bill: all right. congresswoman thanks very much. we appreciate it plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. that big telethon raised nearly $60 million. will the money get to the suffering people? we are investigating. then bernie goldberg on whether tv interviews are afraid to conduct tough talks with the obama people. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. @y >> bill: ba factor follow-up segment tonight, getting charity to haiti. as you may know a tv telethon last friday raised nearly $60 million to help the fo
. there is a consideration of a spend freeze for some of america. is it practical and will it do any good? we report, you decide. a week after the healthcare reform initiative fell apart, democrats are still searching for a backup plan. and why some democrats say running for office this fall just isn't worth it. all that, plus the fox all-stars right here, right now. >> bret: welcome to washington. i'm ba bret baier. republicans trying to get obama to change his mind about bringing 9/11 suspects to new york, have help from across the aisle. national correspondent catherine herridge reports on a renewed effort to avoid a spectacle many feel will be too costly and too dingous. >> reporter: in a letter to the attorney general eric holder, six senators urge him to reconsider the opinion to put them on trial as american citizens. "it's not in our national interest to provide them with further publicity or additional advantage." >> they don't deserve the constitutional protection of the court. >> reporter: two republicans, one in house and another in a senate mount a plan to block transfer of khalid sheikh moh
america - in cities and small towns - to markets around the world. we know that investment in broadband high speed internet can create hundreds of thousands of new american jobs. small businesses are being formed - dreams are being launched - and real jobs are being created. at at&t, we're investing billions to upgrade and build out our wired and wireless networks. now is not the time to stall momentum or to stifle innovation or investment. dreams, and jobs, and the future are at stake. at at&t, the future, are at stake. at at&t, the future, has always been our business. at&t... your world... delivered. >>> winter blizzard led to near whiteout conditions in iowa yesterday. people were advised to stay indoors and not venture out. despite the warning some drivers came outside and some wound up in a pileup on i-35. >>> the wind chills upper 20s to low 30s below zero. >> oh my goodness. >> dangerous. >> and i saw your seven day a little flake but nothing like whiteout conditions or even the blizzard we had before? >> you know, it's a little early. we really have to watch friday in to saturd
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. that is the news tonight from hannity's america. coming up mysterious obama supporter has emerged all over the nation's editorial pages who is she? we'll answer that question with michelle malkin and bob beckel and me in a cartoon with me throwing a football at his head. ú?ú?ú?ú?ccú?÷y÷y >> sean: even he leader of the free world cannot escape being summoned to jury duty. the anointed one was to report in suburban chicago. it was to the president's chicago home. a white house official told the ap the president will not fulfill the request. i think that's a wise move. after all the president has his hands full with destroying the economy and preparing for that big propaganda speech wednesday night >> sean: if you read a newspaper at all you might be familiar with ellie light the mystery person has managed to plant identical letters to editors across the country voicing support for president obama. who is she? depending on which paper she is writing to she has claimed to be a resident of philly, massachusetts, california among others to date her letters have been published in 47 news
is robust. i'm sure that's the case. that is the news tonight from hannity's america. coming up mysterious obama supporter has emerged all over the nation's editorial pages who is she? we'll answer that question with michelle malkin and bob beckel and me in a cartoon with me throwing a football at his head. he'll respond. ú?ú?ú?ú?ccú?÷y÷y >> sean: even the leader of the free world cannot escape being summoned to jury duty. the anointed one was to report in suburban chicago. it was to the president's chicago home. a white house official told the ap the president will not fulfill the request. i think that's a wise move. after all the president has his hands full with destroying the economy and preparing for that big propaganda speech wednesday night what do you think? straight ahead. so i was the guy who was never going to have the heart attack. i watched what i ate. i worked out. personally, i thought i was invincible. once it happened, i realized it's a different story. i'm on an aspirin regimen now because i never want to feel that helplessness again. [ male announcer ] aspirin i
and wireless high speed internet networks are connecting small businesses across america - in cities and small towns - to markets around the world. we know that investment in broadband high speed internet can create hundreds of thousands of new american jobs. small businesses are being formed - dreams are being launched - and real jobs are being created. at at&t, we're investing billions to upgrade and build out our wired and wireless networks. now is not the time to stall momentum or to stifle innovation or investment. dreams, and jobs, and the future are at stake. at at&t, the future, are at stake. at at&t, the future, has always been our business. at&t... your world... delivered. he doesn't have a business address. he doesn't have a cfo. but he does use digital currency, so he can take fares who don't have cash. visa digital currency brings more business and greater safety to 13,000 cab drivers and their customers. this is ossman. this is progress. visa. currency of progress. i think you might have hooked it up wrong, though. yea, we're getting way too many channels. no, no. that's -- that'
that there is great -- a great concern in america today with what is going on in washington, and people are very concerned, as many -- as am i, about the deficit and about the national debt, and we're going to be called upon to raise the national debt again. when i was elected to the senate, the national debt was was $1 trillion. during the tenure of president reagan, those eight years, it increased to $3 trillion. president reagan was the great economizer. on his fiscal policies. but we have no choice when it comes to raising the debt because if we don't raise the national debt, we will be in default, and the debt is being paid for, many, many obligations, including the support of our troops in afghanistan which i will comment about in a few moments. and in the spring of this year, april, may, june, july, there was tremendous worry about what the federal government was talking about spending. $1 trillion on health care reform, $1 trillion on cap-and-trade on climate control, and great public opposition arose to what was happening in washington, and it was promoted by the gridlock which is prese
in america. a robber in washington state brutally beat a woman at an atm machine for less than a dollar. the suspect used an object resembling a pipe. the multiple blows caused severe lacerations and the suspect stole her wallet which had 15 cents in it. >>> a land slide in san antonio caused officials to evacuate around 100 homes. the shifting soil caused crevices to form in backyards some as large as six feet. some homes have already suffered structure damage from the collapsing earth. residents are being put up in hotel rooms paid for by the housing complex. >>> scientist in california are examining a mars rock believed to come from deep within the planet. nasa's exploration rover "opportunity" discovered the baseball size rock. it is different in composition and character from any other rock they found on the planet and could shed light on the interior of the red planet. >>> the girl scout bakery in kentucky added another item to its roster. the latest creation. thank you berry much. a cranberry cookie with white chocolate fudge chips. >>> here's bill karins with the weather channel
-- "the fact that we are here today to debate raising america's debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. it is a sign that the u.s. government can't pay its own bills." don't take it from me. take it from the president of the united states. we've got to do more. i'm disappointed that gregg-conrad faismed it wasn't -- failed. it wasn't perfect. but it was something. i hope that senator coburn's amend -- i'm skeptical. the american people get it. the american people understand that this is a problem. that's why we have these big swings in these elections. the same passion that propelled president obama into office is the same that propelled the senator from massachusetts into office from two opposite parties. because the american people are frustrated that this body doesn't work. and if we don't change the rules an start to get serious and we get muddling along the path of disaster, we're going to fail our country. now, we may not get it done while i'm here in the senate. i only have this year. but i'm going to keep coming to the floorks mr. president. and i'm going to keep -- floor, mr.
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>>> good morning, america. on this tuesday, january 26th. i'm george stephanopoulos. >> and i'm robin roberts. breaking news overnight. home grown terror. authorities arrest this man in a new jersey hotel, with an arsenal of weapons, asalt weapons. even maps of a military facility. >>> the white house announces a three-year freeze on domestic spending. what does this mean for you? >>> plus, president obama in his only interview before his state of the union address. and reaction from the man who ran against him in 2008, senator john mccain. >>> and more trouble for the kerrigan family. the once olympic hopeful with dreams of olympic gold, suffers a new tragedy. her father is dead, after an altercation with her father. >>> and stranded. 500 american tourists stuck in a storm on the machu picchu mountain in peru. threads of mudslides, as they wait to be air lifted to safety. >>> and we're so glad you could start your day with us. and a lot of news ahead, including those tourists, stranded on machu picchu, for three days now. there are actually 2,000 people stranded there after m
of the most powerful unions in america, that's andy stern, president of the service employees international union. you want to create jobs in this country, pass this health care bill. i think that's pretty well known and the number of jobs it would create, maybe up to a million jobs. mr. stern, how much does the president have to rely on getting this message across that we've got to pass health care? what does he have to do tomorrow night? >> i think the president has to do what he did so well during the campaign. he lass to tell the story that so many americans face. in his case it was his mother who had cancer and not only was she worried about her health, she was worried about paying the bills. it is about someone who lost their ranch. someone who lost their brother because he couldn't pay for the medical advice. what he has to say is health care will create nearly a million new jobs. health care, passing health care, is the only way to reduce the deficit, medicare and medicaid. but more importantly, health care is the right thing to do for america and for all families. i think he has to
. they're angry about greed in corporate america. they're angry about big spending in washington. they're angry about elites in the media and everything else. they're going after anything they can find. in the case of beau biden -- a biden is bred for politics. that's what bidens do. this case involving dr. bradley reached a critical point a month ago. in other words, he knew he was going to have to deal with this case -- >> the case of the molestation. >> he knew about it a month ago. it took him from a month ago when the case was coming ripe until december, whatever today is, january 25th, to decide he had to focus on that case. >> if he wins this case, a good, sound, prosecution, and the public is happy with the way the prosecution was handled, that would look good for him in four years. >> yeah. he's only 40 years old. he has plenty of time, if he wants. i agree with chuck. if it looked like a really favorable win behind the democrats right now, everybody would be in there. >> it used to be the guys would run for senate because it would be an astronomical opportunity you couldn't a
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